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The '''San Francisco Municipal Railway '''('''SF Muni''' or '''Muni''') is the public transit system for the consolidated city-county|city and county of San Francisco, California. In 2006, it served with an operating budget of about $700 million. In ridership Muni is the seventh largest transit system in the United States, with 210,848,310 rides in 2006 and the second largest in California behind Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority|Metro in Los Angeles. With a fleet average speed of , it is the slowest major urban transit system in America and one of the most expensive to operate, costing $19.21 per mile per bus and $24.37 per mile per train. However, it has more boardings per mile and more vehicles in operation than similar transit agencies. Muni is an integral part of public transit in the city of San Francisco, operating 365 days a year and connecting...
LocaleSan Francisco
Transit typeBus, trolleybus, light rail, streetcar, cable car (railway)|cable cars
Stations| ridership = 679,800 (Q3 2014){{cite web|url=|title=Ridership Report Archives|publisher=American Public Transportation Association|accessdate=December 17, 2014}}
Chief executiveEdward D. Reiskin, Director of Transportation, SFMTA
HeadquartersOne South Van Ness Avenue, Seventh Floor
Began operationDecember 28, 1912{{cite web |url= |title=Muni's History |publisher=San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency |accessdate=July 6, 2014}}
Ended operation| owner = City and County of San Francisco
OperatorSan Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA)
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